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These are unidentified humanoid species observed in the 22nd century. (Star Trek: Enterprise)

Alien Captain Edit

Alien Captain

An alien captain

The alien captain commanded the pirate ship that attacked the ECS Horizon, a cargo ship captained by Travis Mayweather's brother Paul. He demanded that Paul surrender and evacuate the crew. Paul at first said he would give him his cargo but not his ship. The alien captain threatened to destroy the ship. Using the new weapon upgrades that Travis had installed, they were able to cripple the pirate ship. Paul sent a message to the alien captain, that he better think twice before he attacked his ships again. (ENT: "Horizon")

This alien captain was played by Ken Feinberg.


Alien Corpse Edit

Alien corpse, Anomaly

Alien corpse

This alien corpse was found on a ship raided by the Osaarians. (ENT: "Anomaly")

Alien Slave (mirror)Edit

Alien - In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II

Alien

In the mirror universe, in 2155, an alien slave worker was employed by Tholians aboard the Federation starship USS Defiant under the Gorn slave master Slar.

When that ship was stolen from a Tholian dock and commandeered by Jonathan Archer, an unknown reptilian creature attacked and killed Kelby, one of Archer's officers. The alien slave worker was interrogated in the Defiant's briefing room as to the identity of the murderer. Eventually, he revealed that the killer was his slave master, Slar. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II")

The alien and his species were unnamed in both the episode's script and the episode itself, where he was played by Pat Healy. His fate after being interrogated is unknown, though it is unlikely he would have fared any better under the Empire than he did under the Tholians.
He appears to have the same makeup, albeit with a different coloration, as several Rigel X aliens.


Coalition of Planets dignitaries Edit

These six humanoids attended the Coalition of Planets talks on Earth in 2155 and witnessed the crimes of John Frederick Paxton and his organization Terra Prime. Among them were a Reptilian ambassador, a female ambassador in a gold dress, a female ambassador with a large forehead, a female ambassador with a large head, a male ambassador with claws, and a male ambassador with a spiked head. (ENT: "Demons", "Terra Prime")

All six aliens were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The make-up for the first alien dignitary reused parts from Xindi-Reptilian appliances. [1] These appear to have been on the forehead, nose, lips and hands. It is augmented by the addition of whiskers or hair on the mouth and back of the head. The back of the headpiece was a reuse from an Arkonian, a species featured in ENT: "Dawn". The dignitary's prosthetic was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on ebay. [2] The alien's wardrobe was an unaltered reuse of Tret's uniform from "Extinction". The alien played by Evan English resembles the alien played by B.K. Kennelly in the episode "Rajiin" but looks slightly different while the alien played by Melissa Gieringer might be a Ktarian.


Enolian prisoners Edit

Three Enolian prisoners were transported on the Enolian transport to the penal colony Canamar in 2152. One had a cranial ridge on his head, the second one a reptilian look, and the third one was a huge humanoid.

The first prisoner wanted to know where they were going when Kuroda Lor-ehn escaped and took over the control of the transport. He was told to be patient. (ENT: "Canamar")

The first prisoner was simply credited as Prisoner in the end credits. The two other were portrayed by background extras, who received no credit for their performance. The second one may be an Arkonian, though unconfirmed.


Great Plume of Agosoria pilgrims Edit

These four alien pilgrims were aboard Captain Fraddock's transport ship in 2151 to witness a protostar that emitted an energy burst every eleven years, called the Great Plume of Agosoria. They believed that this was the place where the universe began. Aboard Enterprise NX-01 they received a tour through engineering and sickbay and had dinner in the mess hall. One of the pilgrims asked Tucker a specific question about the warp drive. (ENT: "Cold Front")

Lamont D. Thompson was credited as "N.D. Alien Pilgrim" in the end credits of the episode. The other three pilgrims were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
This unidentified species is listed as "Alien pilgrim group #1" on the call sheets of the episode.
All four costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3] [4] [5] [6]


Interspecies Medical Exchange DelegatesEdit

Dekendi III exterior complex

Medical Exchange delegates

Various humanoid delegates attended the Interspecies Medical Exchange Conference on the surface of Dekendi III, in 2152. (ENT: "Stigma")

Dekendi, Denobulans, Humans, Klingons (undercover), Mazarites, Tiburonians, and Vulcans doctors attended the conference.



Orpheus Mining colony aliens Edit

Pernaia Prime moonEdit

Rigel X Gangsters Edit

Alien Leader

The lead gangster

Green-skinned alien criminal 2

Another green-skinned alien

Sometime in the late 2150s, Andorian Thy'lek Shran was forced to fake his death, wrongfully accused by at least four alien criminals of stealing the Teneebian amethyst. Learning of this deception in 2161, the criminals kidnapped Shran's daughter, Talla, threatening to kill her if Shran did not return the amethyst.

With the help of Captain Jonathan Archer and the crew of Enterprise, Shran confronted the aliens on Rigel X, retrieving Talla and escaping. The alien gangsters, however, were able to catch up with the NX-01 and board the ship. Before they could harm Shran, Talla, or any of the Enterprise crew, all of the aliens were killed in a plasma explosion set off by Charles Tucker III, who was also fatally wounded. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

Green-Skinned Aliens Edit

The apparent leader of the gang was an ashen-green-skinned alien with long, gray hair. His features were distinguished by a column of horizontal ridges bisecting his face. He had pale blue eyes and dressed in a gray, padded suit with a sash-like belt.

The lead alien criminal was played by Jonathan Schmock, credited only as "Alien". The same green alien appeared in the non-canon Enterprise relaunch novel, The Good That Men Do, referred to as Wungki. In the novel, Wungki was hired by Earth Starfleet's Section 31 to help fake Charles Tucker's death, though he was no more agreeable than he was in the episode.
The wardrobe donned by the lead alien was a reuse of the costume worn by Zho'Kaan, an Arkonian in "Dawn", though it is unlikely this alien had any association with that species.

A second green-skinned alien was also a part of the gang, and was present when the criminals boarded Enterprise. He wore a long red coat and carried an alien phaser rifle. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

Considering that there were two green-skinned criminals in search of the Teneebian amethyst, it is possible that these aliens were Teenebians, or natives of the Teneebian moons mentioned in "Broken Bow". This has not, however, been established on screen.


Horned Alien Edit

Horned alien criminal

Horned alien gangster

Among the alien gangster associated with Shran was a semi-reptilian man, characterized by brown, scaled skin. The alien's features were dominated by distinct cheekbones and several sharp horns extending from the middle of his forehead to the back of his head. His hands were heavily scaled and he wore a brown, hairy-looking jacket. This alien also carried a nondescript phaser rifle. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

This alien was played by stunt actor Lincoln Simonds, who received no credit for his performance.
The alien's hands may again have been a reuse of the Xindi-Reptilians gloves, repainted brown. His weapon appears to be a modification of a Klingon disruptor rifle.


Orange Alien Edit

Orange alien criminal

An orange alien

The fourth alien criminal killed aboard Enterprise was another humanoid, this one orange in color with a red face. His face was also distinguished by dominate cheekbones and he had large, slanted nostrils. His hands were clawed, his hair brown and long. This alien dressed in a camouflage-green suit with a gray and rust-colored belt. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...")

While he was likely not intended to be one, this alien closely resembled the makeup appliances recently used in "Demons" for the Rigelian diplomats. Their makeup, however, was yellow and green in color, rather than orange and red.


Rigel X Inhabitants Edit

Several alien species, either residents or visitors were observed at the trade complex on Rigel X, when the crew of the NX-class Enterprise visited in 2151. Among several Benzite-like individuals as well as Markalians, a number of Rigel X denizens were unnamed.

Alien WomanEdit

This Alien woman was seen on Rigel X in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The Alien woman was played by Angela Giampietro.


Burlesque Show Alien Edit

Alien man, Broken Bow

"Alien Man"

This yellow-skinned man was likely bald, though he dressed in a maroon hood and blue frock. His flesh was mottled with brown and gray spots and he possessed no discernible nose or nostrils. When approached by Enterprise officers Lieutenant Malcolm Reed and Ensign Travis Mayweather, the man claimed to have seen the Klingon Klaang. He persuaded Reed and Mayweather to watch the butterfly dancers' show and even offered to introduce them. The Humans declined. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The "alien man" was played by Van Epperson and was featured in a deleted scene in which it was made clear he had no real interest in helping Reed and Mayweather. The scene provided a clearer shot of his makeup and wardrobe.


Central Security Officer Edit

Rigel X Central Security officer

Central Security officer

In search of information regarding Klaang, Vulcan Subcommander T'Pol visited the trade complex Central Security office, manned by another yellow-skinned alien.

Bald, this alien possessed many of the same features - mottled skin, no distinguishable nose or nostrils - as the man present at the Rigel X burlesque show. The two may have been of the same species, however this man seemed to possess a more elongated head and a flatter forehead. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

Ridge-headed AlienEdit

Hooded Alien on Rigel X 2

Ridge-headed alien

This Ridged-headed Alien was seen on Rigel X in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

Fin-eared Alien Edit

Fin-eared Alien

This fin-eared alien was seen on Rigel X in 2151. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

Flirting Man Edit

Rigel X yellow-skinned alien

Another yellow-skinned man

Also possessing elongated features comparable to the burlesque show alien, this yellow-skinned man was observed standing near a fire-breathing exotic dancer. The man was engaged in conversation with a scantily-clad humanoid female. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

This alien man, very similar in appearance to the one seen in Central Security, can be seen in the same deleted scene referenced above.


Yellow Man Edit

Rigel X yellow-skinned alien 2

A fourth yellow-skinned alien

A fourth yellow-skinned man could also be observed at the Rigel X burlesque show, enjoying the fire-breathing dancer. Heavier in appearance than any of the others bearing a similar appearance, his facial features more closely resembled the first burlesque show alien. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

This alien man was also featured in a scene deleted from "Broken Bow".


Butterfly Dancers Edit

Blue butterfly dancer

A blue butterfly dancer

Pink butterfly dancer

A pink butterfly dancer

The butterfly dancers were entertainers at the Rigel trade complex, performing an exotic dance while catching and eating butterflies with their long, frog-like tongues.

Both women were nearly identical with one primarily blue in color, the other mostly pink. Their faces were white above the mouth and their hair matched their colorful skin tone. The dancers' bodies were covered in silver-colored objects, though it is not clear if these were natural features or some kind of decoration. The yellow-skinned alien man claimed to know the dancers personally. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

The butterfly dancers were played by twin dancers Diane and Elaine Klimaszewski. "We were the sexiest, spaced out aliens I could imagine," laughed Elaine Klimasewski, who played the pink butterfly dancer, whereas her sister Diane performed as the blue dancer. Elaine continued, "They put a foam prosthetic on our faces, glued it on, airbrushed it and topped it off with a big hair-piece to hide our hair. We had seven layers of latex on us." The latex, which was thereafter painted, was so painful and foul-smelling that it caused Diane to pass out and be physically sick. "I was fine," she said, "it was a painful experience but worth it. The latex smelled so bad!" (Star Trek Magazine issue 119, p. 43)


Risa visitors Edit

Bistro patrons Edit

Seven humanoids visited a bistro on Risa in 2152 while Hoshi Sato met Ravis and on the following day. They had drinks and meals. (ENT: "Two Days and Two Nights")

These aliens were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances. They filmed their scenes on Monday 25 March 2002 on Paramount Stage 9.
James R. Tweedell is listed as "4 MB Man" on the call sheet, Larry Ready as "5MB Man", Peter John Narus as "3MB Man", Toshiya Agata as "2MB Man", Noriko Fukai and Paula Neiman as "1FB Women", and Traci Lynn as "3FB Woman".
According to the call sheet, contest winner Jordan Mann was up to appear in this scene as "2MB Man" but was not part of the final episode.


Nightclub visitors Edit

Beside nine Risians, a member of Sarda's species, and a Kaitlen, six humanoid aliens visited a nightclub on Risa in early 2152 at the same time Malcolm Reed and Trip Tucker visited the bar. (ENT: "Two Days and Two Nights")

All aliens were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance. They filmed their scenes on Wednesday 27 March 2002 on Paramount Stage 9.
Kristin Hjellegferde is listed as "1F Alien" on the call sheet, Anna Llurch as "2F Alien", Alison Ebbert as "3F Alien", David Venafro as "2M Alien", David Silverstein as "3M Alien" and Robert Casey as "4M Alien".
According to the call sheet, contest winner Stephen Novik was up to appear as "1M Alien" but was not part of the final episode.


Trellium Miners Edit

Foreman Edit

Alien foreman

An alien foreman

The Foreman ran a trellium mine in the Delphic Expanse. He had heavy ridges above and around his eyes. Many blemishes – including pustules and ill-healing gashes – were on his head, which also had patches of fair-colored hair protruding from the scalp. The Foreman used an inhaler to breathe, since the toxic fumes in the mines had destroyed his lungs.

While Jonathan Archer was interested in interrogating a Xindi named Kessick working at the mine, the alien foreman demanded a half-liter of platinum in return. Because Archer wanted assurances that Kessick was a Xindi, the Foreman gave him Kessick's finger, which the Foreman had cut off. His mining colony was manned by forced labor and he tried to delay the Humans long enough for his warships to arrive, capture Enterprise's crew and use them as slave labor in the mine. After Archer failed in an attempt to rescue the Xindi male, the Foreman ordered that Archer, Tucker and Kessick be killed. During a subsequent Starfleet rescue attempt (which resulted in Archer and Tucker being saved), the Foreman managed to kill Kessick. However, the Foreman was in turn killed by a MACO, R. Ryan. (ENT: "The Xindi")

The script for "The Xindi" describes the Foreman as "a wiry, creepy-looking man" with "a raspy voice." Although it is only implied in the episode that the Foreman's breathing problems are due to damage to his lungs, the script confirms this probability by stating, "His lungs have been ruined by the toxic mines, and we can hear a subtle rasping sound when he breathes." The alien foreman was also scripted to have makeup which cannot be seen in the episode, as the teleplay says he has "some nasty-looking boils on his neck and jawline" which he occasionally scratches at, though he does not do this in the episode.
The Foreman was played by Stephen McHattie. In reality, the special effects make-up created for his part involved a face-covering mask, which covered the nose though not the lower portions of the face, as well as a skullcap which extended around the back of the neck. The prosthetic was colored with a tan-flesh tone and had a supple feel. The make-up appliance was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction. [7] The costume for the Foreman was also sold at the same auction. [8]
The novelization of "The Expanse" and "The Xindi" (entitled The Expanse) gives the Foreman's name as Baloran.


Head Guard Edit

Head guard the xindi

The alien head guard

The Alien Head Guard was under the command of the alien foreman who ran a trellium mine in the Delphic Expanse. When Archer tried to free a Xindi named Kessick, the guard captured them. He was ordered to take them to the surface and kill them. He was killed by the MACOs who rescued Archer. (ENT: "The Xindi")

The Head Guard was played by Chris Freeman.
In the novelization The Expanse, this guard's name is said to be "something like 'Xathar' or 'Xaran.'"


Mine Guard Edit

The Mine Guard was under the command of the Head Guard at a trellium mine in the Delphic Expanse. When Archer tried to free a Xindi named Kessick, he helped capture him.(ENT: "The Xindi")

The Mine guard was played by Jeff Hatch.


Verex III Visitors Edit

These humanoids visited the Orion slave market on Verex III in 2154.

Alien slaves Edit

These slaves was captured and held for auction by the Orions. (ENT: "Borderland")

These slaves were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Slave Trader 1 Edit

Vince Deadrick slave trader

A slave trader

This slave trader was present when several crewmembers of the Enterprise were auctioned off. His forehead looks like the Klingon forehead and his nose featured ridges. In the brawl caused by the escaping slaves he was hit and fell on the ground. (ENT: "Borderland")

This slave trader was uncredited played by stuntman Vince Deadrick, the father of stunt coordinator Vince Deadrick, Jr..


Slave Trader 2 Edit

Vince Deadrick Jr slave trader

A slave trader

This slave trader was present when several crewmembers of the Enterprise were auctioned off. His nose featured a long sharp ridge. In the big brawl caused by the escaping slaves he fought against an orion guard. (ENT: "Borderland")

This slave trader was uncredited played by stunt coordinator Vince Deadrick, Jr..


Slave Traders Edit

Orion slave auction

Slave traders

These slave traders were present during the Orion slave auction which included several crewmembers of the Enterprise. (ENT: "Borderland")

Three of the traders have separate articles including the Boslic trader. The other slave traders were played by unknown performers.



Escaping Slave Edit

Thomas Dupont slave borderland

A slave

This slave was captured and held for auction by the Orions. When Jonathan Archer and Arik Soong disabled the Orion technology he tried to escape and was thrown against a cage by one of the Orion guards. (ENT: "Borderland")

This slave was uncredited played by stunt actor Thomas DuPont.


Xanthan Homeworld Traders Edit

In 2153, a gigantic floating bazaar was located on the Xanthan homeworld, home to numerous alien merchants and visitors. Among the species identified at the bazaar were Benzite-like individuals, V'radians, members of Zjod's species, and several previously unseen races.

Alien with black bushy hairEdit

This alien attempted to sell his merchandise to Jonathan Archer when he visited a floating bazaar located on the Xanthan homeworld, in a search for the formula for trellium-D.(ENT: "Rajiin")

This alien was played by Mark Correy.


Alien on market placeEdit

This alien was a merchant on a floating bazaar located on the Xanthan homeworld when Jonathan Archer visited to acquire the formula for trellium-D.(ENT: "Rajiin")

This alien was played by Adam Anello.


Marmot Seller Edit

Alien merchant, BK Kennelly

A marmot peddler

In search of the formula for trellium-D, Jonathan Archer and several crewmen from Enterprise encountered this alien merchant. The merchant attempted to sell Archer a Xanthan marmot, an animal native to the Xanthan homeworld. He told Archer that they make wonderful pets and succulent meals. Archer refused the sale. The merchant was distinguished by bumpy head and bat-like ears, his hands featured a ridge of flesh just above the knuckles. (ENT: "Rajiin")

The alien merchant was played by B.K. Kennelly; his makeup appliances likely consisted of reused Reman ears from Star Trek Nemesis.


Alien Couple Edit

Xanthan Homeworld couple

Alien couple

Likely visitors to the Xanthan bazaar, this interracial alien couple was observed near a scenic viewpoint. The alien man was tall with long, brown hair, his forehead featured a crescent-shaped crest and a ridge that extended down the middle of the forehead to the nose. The man's escort was dark-skinned, with a less elaborate set of ridges on the bridge of her nose. She had dark, puffy hair which emerged from a tall, cylindrical hat. The man wore a blue suit a gloves, the woman wore a dress with a gaudy print. (ENT: "Rajiin")

The man wears a Kazon forehead.


Blue-skinned Alien Edit

Louis Ortiz, Rajiin

A blue-skinned alien

This member of a bald blue-skinned race was a visitor on the floating bazaar on the Xanthan homeworld. (ENT: "Rajiin")

He was uncredited played by regular extra and occasional stuntman Louis Ortiz.


Alien Merchant Edit

Hilde Garcia, Rajiin

An alien merchant

This merchant from an unknown race sold several things on the floating bazaar on the Xanthan homeworld, (ENT: "Rajiin")

This merchant was uncredited played by regular extra Hilde Garcia.


Yellow Dabo girl's race Edit

Nikki Flux, Rajiin

A yellow-skinned alien

This is a race of bald, yellow-skinned aliens with large eye-sockets and large, slitted nostrils. They have an enlarged skull, not unlike the Voth's. The side of their skull is striped pink and they sometimes decorate the back of their head with small jewels.

A member of this species sold eggs on the floating bazaar on the Xanthan homeworld. (ENT: "Rajiin")

She was uncredited played by regular extra Nikki Flux.


Slave Girls Edit

At least six alien women were for sale at the Xanthan bazaar by an alien called Zjod. Among the females were a Nuvian, an Oran'taku native, and four more unidentified alien females.

All humanoid, these females were mostly Caucasian, though one was dark-skinned. Three had prominent forehead ridges of various patterns, one had a group of bumps in a circular formation at the center of her forehead. One of the slave girls had long, pointed ears and green spots. (ENT: "Rajiin")

None of the four actresses received on-screen credit for their appearances.



Xantoras victimsEdit

These aliens were the victims of an attack by the new Xantoran government. (ENT: "The Breach")

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